Are We There Yet?: A Parent's Guide to Fun Family Vacations

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HarperSanFrancisco, 1996 - Travel - 145 pages
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Going on a Caribbean cruise with the baby? Taking the family kayaking? Taking the kids on a business trip? Maybe you're all piling into the car to visit Grandma... Whatever vacation you're planning, make it the smoothest, most fun trip possible with a little advice from family travel expert and syndicated columnist Eileen Ogintz.
With a directness and humor that today's busy parents will appreciate, Ogintz offers creative solutions to the most vexing family vacation problems. Ogintz addresses the issues facing families with children from toddlers to teens - from nap schedules gone awry to sibling spats to car-trip boredom. She also gives useful tips on what to pack, where to go, and how to schedule travel time.
So begin this year's vacation with smart, easy planning... and it will surely end with happy memories for all!

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Contents

Stresses and Strains
33
No Barrier to Adventure
49
Rainy Day Blues and Other Vacation Woes
53
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

For ten years award-winning author Eileen Ogintz has penned the popular column, "Taking the Kids," providing advice on traveling with children and information on family-oriented destinations and accommodations. Syndicated by Tribune Media Services (TMS), "Taking the Kids" appears in 60 major newspapers--from the "Los Angeles Times "to t"he New York Daily News, the Dallas Morning News, Newsday, the Boston Globe "and t"he Des Moines Register--"reaching more than 18 million newspaper readers. Her column is also carried and archived on Expedia.com, as well as a host of other websites. In addition to being called upon as an expert by broadcast media, she has written six books and numerous magazine articles.

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